Daniel Livingston

Daniel Livingston

Principal Graphic Designer

Daniel Livingston is a graphic designer and educator in the College of Design. He graduated from the Savannah College of Art and Design with an MFA in graphic design, where his thesis research focused on the inclusion of design education as part of a modern liberal arts curriculum. Before coming to the University of Kentucky, Daniel was an assistant professor at Bluegrass Community and Technical College, where he taught a range of graphic design and visual communication-related courses, including two new courses he developed for the program focused on typography and advanced digital image editing.

With an extensive background in branding and creative problem-solving methodologies, Daniel sees graphic design as a powerful catalyst for social change. Since 2015, he has served as Director of Public Service for Ad Club Lexington, where he has had the opportunity to lead several community-based philanthropic campaigns for local nonprofits including Voices of Hope, LexGiveBack and the Plantory.